the pumps being used to clear the city's tunnels can remove up to 16,000 gallons a minute. that's a lot but still a daunting task. in one tunnel alone tlr, there remains some 80,000 gallons of standing water. i want to show you some pictures we're just getting in ridgefield, new jersey. this is a sonoco station in ridgefield. the scarcity of gas, the lack of power at a lot of these stations has caused lines for miles and miles and miles. when you see it from high above, it's amazing that people are even able to wait this long. some people yesterday, 2 1/2 hours, they said, 3 hours, just to get a tank of gas. in some places, they're rationing it, allowing only 10 gallons per customer. coming up at the top of the hour on "morning joe" we'll turn to the campaign. the final four days now, both candidates leaving no stone unturned in the battleground states. we'll kick around their closing arguments with our "morning joe"